Most TG decorations take up table space. This one fills the "leftover air" above it. Heaven forbid that we have any of THAT! My grandkids don't subscribe to the "less is more" lifestyle - and quite frankly, neither do I! Happy Thanksgiving, Lisa! THANK YOU for all the fun you make for us here all year round!
HA! i think my hubby would be quite pleased if i chose the "less is more" lifestyle-especially when he walks into my craft room! LOL but how else can that leftover space be filled? will he ever understand us J? us crazy crafters need to stick together! :) happy turkey day to you and yours-you sure are a blessing to me! :)
Hehe...these are great! Seriously great! But, uh, I know you are the smartest and most clever BBFF in the universe, and maybe things are different on the southern east coast, but out here on the west coast (I grew up in N. CA) that thing on the turkeys beak is called a "wattle". A snood is a net thing they would put over hair buns in the olden days. Anyone out there back me up on this? Or have I been raised wrongly? I luvs ya girl, no matter what that thing-a-ma-jig is called! Dona
HA! you know BBFFs cannot just let the other one breeze by when something needs to be corrected! but funny thing is, all last year and before, i kept referring to that red flappy thing as a wattle then recently i kept seeing people calling it a snood! so being completely confused, i googled it and come to find out, the terms are BOTH right! (google turkey snood and turkey wattle) so since last year was wattle, this year i used snood. oh Dona! you are always giving me word/thesaurus lessons-don't think i can survive without you! hehe happy happy turkey snood wattle day!!! :>D
Happy Thanksgiving Lisa! I'm happy you had Tom the Turkey to help you out, he did a great job!
thank you Kim! hope you had a happy thanksgiving too! i've been super duper busy that i was desperate for help that even a turkey would do! LOL :)
your comment warms my heart on any winter day :)